Maurice DuBois (born August 20, 1965) is an American television journalist.
He was born on Long Island, New York, the son of immigrants to the U.S. from Dominica, an island nation in the Caribbean Sea.
Dubois received a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in journalism from Northwestern University, located in Evanston, Illinois.
His career started in 1987, when he worked as a desk assistant at KING-TV in Seattle, Washington.
Following that, DuBois served as an anchor and reporter at WFLD-TV in Chicago, Illinois, and later at KCRA-TV in Sacramento, California.
He then spent seven years In New York at WNBC-TV, the East Coast flagship station of the NBC television network. While at WNBC, DuBois served as a co-anchor of Today in New York, an early-morning local news and entertainment program. During that time, he also hosted Four Stories — a television news-magazine program featuring community heroes — as well as Mind Over Media, special programming for Court-TV for students to understand media images.
In addition, DuBois worked as a substitute news reader on NBC News's Today and as a substitute co-host and news reader on its weekend editions.
In September 2004, DuBois joined